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  1. Stability of rapidly crystallizing sulfonamides glasses by fast scanning calorimetry: crystallization kinetics and glass-forming ability
  2. Effects of Structural Relaxation of Glass-Forming Melts on the Overall Crystallization Kinetics in Cooling and Heating
  3. Nucleation and crystallization of deeply supercooled benzocaine, a rapidly crystallizing organic compound: a Fast Scanning Calorimetry investigation
  4. Effects of Structural Relaxation of Glass-forming Melts on the Overall Crystallization Kinetics in Cooling and Heating
  5. New Polymorph of Indomethacin: Screening by Solid-State Guest Exchange and Characterization Using Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  6. Crystal Domains and Crystallization Kinetics of Poly(butylene terephthalate)
  7. Poly (butylene succinate): Low-temperature nucleation and crystallization, complex morphology and absence of lamellar thickening
  8. Determination of mass fractions in polypropylene/polyethylene blends using fast scanning calorimetry
  9. Mesoscopic Effects of Interfacial Thermal Conductance during Fast Pre-Melting and Melting of Metal Microparticles
  10. Kinetic Stability and Glass-Forming Ability of Thermally Labile Quinolone Antibiotics
  11. Vapor Pressure Measurements for Acetanilide and Its Derivatives by Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  12. Vitrification of the Entire Amorphous Phase during Crystallization of Poly(butylene terephthalate) near the Glass-Transition Temperature
  13. Crystal nucleation in Au49Ag5.5Pd2.3Cu26.9Si16.3 glass and undercooled melt
  14. Radial growth rate of near-critical crystal nuclei in poly(L-lactic acid) (PLLA) in Tammann's two-stage development method
  15. Determination of Cooperativity Length in a Glass-Forming Polymer
  16. Differential scanning calorimetry investigation of crystallization kinetics and glass-forming ability of sulfonamides
  17. Some aspects of the glass transition of polyvinylpyrrolidone depending on the molecular mass
  18. Glass transition temperature of poly(d,l-lactic acid) of different molar mass
  19. Thermal Perturbations at Crystal Nucleation in Glass-Forming Liquids
  20. The bulk enthalpy of melting of α’-crystals of poly (l-lactic acid) determined by fast scanning chip calorimetry
  21. Formation of imperfect crystals in poly(ε-caprolactone) at high melt-supercooling
  22. Thermal Stability of Shear-Induced Crystal Nuclei of Poly(l-lactic acid)
  23. Interfacial thermal conductance of 7075 aluminum alloy microdroplets in contact with a solid at fast melting and crystallization
  24. Homogeneous nucleation in polyamide 66, a two-stage process as revealed by combined nanocalorimetry and IR spectroscopy
  25. Glass Transition Kinetics and Physical Aging of Polyvinylpyrrolidones with Different Molecular Masses
  26. Cyclic Olefin Copolymers (COC)—Excellent Glass Formers with Low Dynamic Fragility
  27. Bulk Enthalpy of Melting of Poly ( l ‐lactic acid) (PLLA) Determined by Fast Scanning Chip Calorimetry
  28. Refolding of Lysozyme in Glycerol as Studied by Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  29. Step-scan differential calorimetry of protein denaturation: modeling and experiment
  30. Zero-Entropy-Production Melting Temperature of Crystals of Poly(butylene succinate) Formed at High Supercooling of the Melt
  31. The melting properties of D-α-glucose, D-β-fructose, D-sucrose, D-α-galactose, and D-α-xylose and their solubility in water: A revision
  32. Nucleation and crystallization kinetics of polyamide 12 investigated by fast scanning calorimetry
  33. Application of the Flash DSC 1 and 2+ for vapor pressure determination above solids and liquids
  34. Glass-Forming Ability of Polyzwitterions
  35. Crystal Nucleation and Growth in Cross-Linked Poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL)
  36. Crystal Nucleation and Growth in Cross-Linked Poly(ε-Caprolactone) (PCL)
  37. Melting Kinetics of Superheated Polymer Crystals Examined by Isothermal and Nonisothermal Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  38. Maximum Possible Cooling Rate in Ultrafast Chip Nanocalorimetry: Fundamental Limitations Due to Thermal Resistance at the Membrane/Gas Interface
  39. On the crystal stabilization during two-step isothermal crystallization of poly(butylene terephthalate) examined by fast scanning calorimetry
  40. Crystallization kinetics, polymorphism fine tuning, and rigid amorphous fraction of poly(vinylidene fluoride) blends
  41. Maximum Possible Colling Rate in Ultrafast Chip Nanocalorimetry: Fundamental Limitations Due to Thermal Resistance at the Membrane/Gas Interface
  42. Reprint of: Nanocalorimetry: Door opened for in situ material characterization under extreme non-equilibrium conditions
  43. Insertion‐Crystallization‐Induced Low‐Temperature Annealing Peaks in Melt‐Crystallized Poly( l ‐Lactic Acid)
  44. Surface Crystal Nucleation and Growth in Poly (ε-caprolactone): Atomic Force Microscopy Combined with Fast Scanning Chip Calorimetry
  45. Assessment of AlZnMgCu alloy powder modification for crack-free laser powder bed fusion by differential fast scanning calorimetry
  46. Nucleation Behavior of a Single Al-20Si Particle Rapidly Solidified in a Fast Scanning Calorimeter
  47. Thermal Stability and Nucleation Efficacy of Shear-Induced Pointlike and Shishlike Crystallization Precursors
  48. Extending Cooling Rate Performance of Fast Scanning Chip Calorimetry by Liquid Droplet Cooling
  49. Nucleation behaviour and microstructure of single Al-Si12 powder particles rapidly solidified in a fast scanning calorimeter
  50. Crystallization kinetics and glass-forming ability of rapidly crystallizing drugs studied by Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  51. The Narrow Thickness Distribution of Lamellae of Poly(butylene succinate) Formed at Low Melt Supercooling
  52. Variations of interfacial thermal conductance at melting and crystallization of an indium micro-particle in contact with a solid
  53. Extending Cooling Rate Performance of Fast Scanning Chip Calorimetry by Liquid Droplet Cooling
  54. Melting Properties of Peptides and Their Solubility in Water. Part 2: Di- and Tripeptides Based on Glycine, Alanine, Leucine, Proline, and Serine
  55. Integro-Differential Equation for the Non-Equilibrium Thermal Response of Glass-Forming Materials: Analytical Solutions
  56. Spatial inhomogeneity, interfaces and complex vitrification kinetics in a network forming nanocomposite
  57. A new method for heat capacity determination in supercooled liquid state using fast scanning calorimetry: Thermochemical study of 9,9'-bifluorenyl
  58. Full-composition-range glass transition behavior of the polymer/solvent system poly (lactic acid) / ethyl butylacetylaminopropionate (PLA/IR3535®)
  59. The Origin of Annealing Peaks in Semicrystalline Polymers: Enthalpy Recovery or Melting?
  60. Kinetics of homogeneous crystal nucleation of polyamide 11 near the glass transition temperature
  61. A DSC study of polypropylene chain branching effects on structure formation under rapid cooling and reheating from the amorphous glass
  62. Using fast scanning calorimetry to study solid-state cyclization of dipeptide L-leucyl-L-leucine
  63. Effect of multi-step annealing above the glass transition temperature on the crystallization and melting kinetics of semicrystalline polymers
  64. Long-chain linear alcohols: Reconciliation of phase transition enthalpies
  65. Steady-State Crystal Nucleation Rate of Polyamide 66 by Combining Atomic Force Microscopy and Fast-Scanning Chip Calorimetry
  66. Thermal contact conductance at melting and crystallization of metal micro-droplets
  67. Fingerprints of homogeneous nucleation and crystal growth in polyamide 66 as studied by combined infrared spectroscopy and fast scanning chip calorimetry
  68. Stability of Crystal Nuclei of Poly (butylene isophthalate) Formed Near the Glass Transition Temperature
  69. Growth and dissolution of crystal nuclei in poly(l-lactic acid) (PLLA) in Tammann's development method
  70. Morphology of α-crystals of poly (butylene 2,6-naphthalate) crystallized via a liquid crystalline mesophase according to Ostwald's rule of stages
  71. Crystallization and melting of poly(butylene terephthalate) and poly(ethylene terephthalate) investigated by fast-scan chip calorimetry and small angle X-ray scattering
  72. Sublimation thermodynamics of nucleobases derived from fast scanning calorimetry
  73. Smart control of calixarene polymorphic states
  74. Melting properties of amino acids and their solubility in water
  75. Kinetic stability of amorphous dipyridamole: A fast scanning calorimetry investigation
  76. Review of the Quench Sensitivity of Aluminium Alloys: Analysis of the Kinetics and Nature of Quench-Induced Precipitation
  77. In situ investigation of precipitation in aluminium alloys via thermal diffusivity from laser flash analysis
  78. Enthalpy Relaxation of Polyamide 11 of Different Morphology Far Below the Glass Transition Temperature
  79. A fast scanning calorimetry study of nucleation in a Se90Te10 glass
  80. Influence of interfaces on the crystallization behavior and the rigid amorphous phase of poly(l-lactide)-based nanocomposites with different layered doubled hydroxides as nanofiller
  81. Effect of Backbone Rigidity on the Glass Transition of Polymers of Intrinsic Microporosity Probed by Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  82. Nanoscale Heat Conduction in CNT-POLYMER Nanocomposites at Fast Thermal Perturbations
  83. Bridging the local configurations and crystalline counterparts of bulk metallic glass by nanocalorimetry
  84. Machine-learning-assisted discovery of polymers with high thermal conductivity using a molecular design algorithm
  85. Fast scanning calorimetry: Sublimation thermodynamics of low volatile and thermally unstable compounds
  86. Correlation between glass transition temperature and the width of the glass transition interval
  87. Visualization of Polymer Crystallization by In Situ Combination of Atomic Force Microscopy and Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  88. Polymer Crystallization Kinetics
  89. Melt-recrystallization of poly (L-lactic acid) initially containing α′-crystals
  90. Determination of Bone Density and Bone Composition Using Thermoaravimetric Analysis
  91. Nanocalorimetry: Door opened for in situ material characterization under extreme non-equilibrium conditions
  92. Experimental analysis of lateral thermal inhomogeneity of a specific chip-calorimeter sensor
  93. Kinetic stability of amorphous solid dispersions with high content of the drug: a Fast Scanning Calorimetry investigation
  94. Melt-electrospinning of poly(ether ether ketone) fibers to avoid sulfonation
  95. Glass transition and primary crystallization of Al86Ni6Y4.5Co2La1.5 metallic glass at heating rates spanning over six orders of magnitude
  96. In situ differential scanning calorimetry analysis of dissolution and precipitation kinetics in Mg–Y–RE alloy WE43
  97. High-speed dynamics of temperature distribution in ultrafast (up to 108 K/s) chip-nanocalorimeters, measured by infrared thermography of high resolution
  98. Thermochemical properties of 1,2,3,4-tetraphenylnaphthalene and 1,3,5-triphenylbenzene in crystalline and liquid states studied by solution and fast scanning calorimetry
  99. Characterization of separate polymorph microcrystals using chip calorimetry with a high heating rate
  100. Melting of nucleobases. Getting the cutting edge of “Walden's Rule”
  101. Melting properties of peptides and their solubility in water. Part 1: dipeptides based on glycine or alanine
  102. Nucleation‐controlled semicrystalline morphology of bulk polymers
  103. Cold-crystallization of poly(butylene 2,6-naphthalate) following Ostwald’s rule of stages
  104. Enthalpy of formation and disordering temperature of transient monotropic liquid crystals of poly(butylene 2,6-naphthalate)
  105. Kauzmann paradox and the crystallization of glass-forming melts
  106. Cover Image: Nucleation‐controlled semicrystalline morphology of bulk polymers
  107. Application of fast scanning calorimetry to the fusion thermochemistry of low-molecular-weight organic compounds: Fast-crystallizing m-terphenyl heat capacities in a deeply supercooled liquid state
  108. Novel method for fast scanning calorimetry of electrospun fibers
  109. Fast scanning calorimetry of lysozyme unfolding at scanning rates from 5 K/min to 500,000 K/min
  110. Nanometer scale thermal response of polymers to fast thermal perturbations
  111. Influence of the Cross-Link Density on the Rate of Crystallization of Poly(ε-Caprolactone)
  112. Crystallization, recrystallization, and melting of polymer crystals on heating and cooling examined with fast scanning calorimetry
  113. Advances in polymer crystallization
  114. Interplay between Free Surface and Solid Interface Nucleation on Two-Step Crystallization of Poly(ethylene terephthalate) Thin Films Studied by Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  115. Nucleation-controlled dual semicrystalline morphology of polyamide 11
  116. Glasses of three alkyl phosphates show a range of kinetic stabilities when prepared by physical vapor deposition
  117. Insights into crystallization and melting of high density polyethylene/graphene nanocomposites studied by fast scanning calorimetry
  118. Relaxation and crystal nucleation in polymer glasses
  119. Glass transition of a polymer with intrinsic microporosity: PIM-1
  120. Fundamental thermal properties of polyvinyl alcohol by fast scanning calorimetry
  121. Non-equilibrium fast thermal response of polymers
  122. New experimental melting properties as access for predicting amino-acid solubility
  123. Development of Direct and Indirect Methods for the Determination of Vaporization Enthalpies of Extremely Low-Volatile Compounds
  124. Fast Scanning Chip Calorimetry
  125. Foreword
  126. Molecular weight and interfacial effect on the kinetic stabilization of ultrathin polystyrene films
  127. Recent Advances in Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry of Aluminum Alloys
  128. Optical Microscopy to Study Crystal Nucleation in Polymers Using a Fast Scanning Chip Calorimeter for Precise Control of the Nucleation Pathway
  129. Beating Homogeneous Nucleation and Tuning Atomic Ordering in Glass-Forming Metals by Nanocalorimetry
  130. Effect of molar mass on enthalpy relaxation and crystal nucleation of poly (l-lactic acid)
  131. Melting temperature and heat of fusion of cytosine revealed from fast scanning calorimetry
  132. Homogeneous crystal nucleation in polymers
  133. Comment on “Re-exploring the double-melting behavior of semirigid-chain polymers with an in-situ combination of synchrotron nanofocus X-ray scattering and nanocalorimetry” by Ivanov et al. [European Polymer Journal 81 (2016) 598–606.]
  134. Heat of fusion of polymer crystals by fast scanning calorimetry
  135. Crystal reorganization of poly (butylene terephthalate)
  136. Dynamics of supercooled liquid and plastic crystalline ethanol: Dielectric relaxation and AC nanocalorimetry distinguish structural α- and Debye relaxation processes
  137. Characterization of human cancellous and subchondral bone with respect to electro physical properties and bone mineral density by means of impedance spectroscopy
  138. The effect of self-nucleation on isothermal crystallization kinetics of poly(butylene succinate) (PBS) investigated by differential fast scanning calorimetry
  139. Silk I and Silk II studied by fast scanning calorimetry
  140. Limited surface mobility inhibits stable glass formation for 2-ethyl-1-hexanol
  141. Unexpected behavior of ultra-thin films of blends of polystyrene/poly(vinyl methyl ether) studied by specific heat spectroscopy
  142. Temperature fluctuations and the thermodynamic determination of the cooperativity length in glass forming liquids
  143. Crystallization kinetics of poly(butylene terephthalate) and its talc composites
  144. Melting and recrystallization kinetics of poly(butylene terephthalate)
  145. Kinetics of Nucleation and Growth of Crystals of Poly(l-lactic acid)
  146. Crystallization behavior of nanocomposites based on poly( l -lactide) and MgAl layered double hydroxides – Unbiased determination of the rigid amorphous phases due to the crystals and the nanofiller
  147. Supercooling-controlled heterogeneous and homogenous crystal nucleation of polyamide 11 and its effect onto the crystal/mesophase polymorphism
  148. Experimental Test of Tammann's Nuclei Development Approach in Crystallization of Macromolecules
  149. Vapor-deposited alcohol glasses reveal a wide range of kinetic stability
  150. Lactoferrin-Immobilized Surfaces onto Functionalized PLA Assisted by the Gamma-Rays and Nitrogen Plasma to Create Materials with Multifunctional Properties
  151. Effect of graphene nanoplatelets diameter on non-isothermal crystallization kinetics and melting behavior of high density polyethylene nanocomposites
  152. Thermochemical study of rhodium(III) acetylacetonate
  153. Continuous cooling precipitation diagram of aluminium alloy AA7150 based on a new fast scanning calorimetry and interrupted quenching method
  154. Experimental and Theoretical Thermodynamic Study of Distillable Ionic Liquid 1,5-Diazabicyclo[4.3.0]non-5-enium Acetate
  155. Heat conduction in ultrafast thin-film nanocalorimetry
  156. Quantitative understanding of two distinct melting kinetics of an isothermally crystallized poly(ether ether ketone)
  157. Dispersion and Hydrogen Bonding Rule: Why the Vaporization Enthalpies of Aprotic Ionic Liquids Are Significantly Larger than those of Protic Ionic liquids
  158. Two crystal populations with different melting/reorganization kinetics of isothermally crystallized polyamide 6
  159. Glass transition and stable glass formation of tetrachloromethane
  160. Crystallinity of poly(3-hexylthiophene) in thin films determined by fast scanning calorimetry
  161. Interplay between the Relaxation of the Glass of Random l/d-Lactide Copolymers and Homogeneous Crystal Nucleation: Evidence for Segregation of Chain Defects
  162. Composites of amorphous and nanocrystalline Zr–Cu–Al–Nb bulk materials synthesized by spark plasma sintering
  163. Insights into polymer crystallization and melting from fast scanning chip calorimetry
  164. Crystallization of Polyethylene at Large Undercooling
  165. Crystal nucleation in random l / d -lactide copolymers
  166. Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  167. Kinetics of isothermal and non-isothermal crystallization of poly(vinylidene fluoride) by fast scanning calorimetry
  168. Stability studies of ionic liquid [EMIm][NTf2] under short-term thermal exposure
  169. Vapor pressure of ionic liquids at low temperatures from AC-chip-calorimetry
  170. Heat transfer mechanisms analysed by high speed video recording of metal quenching in ionic liquids and water
  171. ICAA13 Pittsburgh
  172. Vapor-deposited glasses of methyl-m-toluate: How uniform is stable glass transformation?
  173. Method for Calculation of the Lamellar Thickness Distribution of Not-Reorganized Linear Polyethylene Using Fast Scanning Calorimetry in Heating
  174. Crystallization in glass-forming liquids: Effects of decoupling of diffusion and viscosity on crystal growth
  175. Crystallization of glass-forming liquids: Maxima of nucleation, growth, and overall crystallization rates
  176. Non-isothermal crystal nucleation of poly (l-lactic acid)
  177. Application of Tammann’s Two-Stage Crystal Nuclei Development Method for Analysis of the Thermal Stability of Homogeneous Crystal Nuclei of Poly(ethylene terephthalate)
  178. Crystallization in glass-forming liquids: Effects of fragility and glass transition temperature
  179. Reorganization of Lamellar Diblock Copolymer Poly(ε-caprolactone)-block-poly(4-vinylpyridine) in the Melting Temperature Range
  180. Benchmark Thermochemistry for Biologically Relevant Adenine and Cytosine. A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study
  181. Using flash DSC for determining the liquid state heat capacity of silk fibroin
  182. Kinetic stability and heat capacity of vapor-deposited glasses of o-terphenyl
  183. Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers: Thermophysical and Thermochemical Studies of Benzyl- and Dibenzyl-toluene Derivatives
  184. Dissolution and Precipitation Behaviour during Continuous Heating of Al–Mg–Si Alloys in a Wide Range of Heating Rates
  185. Vitreous State Characterization of Pharmaceutical Compounds Degrading upon Melting by Using Fast Scanning Calorimetry
  186. Density of heterogeneous and homogeneous crystal nuclei in poly (butylene terephthalate)
  187. Optical characterization of CdS nanorods capped with starch
  188. Ionic Liquids as New Quenching Media for Aluminium Alloys and Steels*
  189. Dynamics of the temperature distribution in ultra-fast thin-film calorimeter sensors
  190. Temperature modulated differential scanning calorimetry – extension to high and low frequencies
  191. Chip calorimetry
  192. Enthalpy relaxation of selenium observed by fast scanning calorimetry
  193. Phase transitions and nucleation mechanisms in metals studied by nanocalorimetry: A review
  194. Reprint of “Heat capacity and transition behavior of sucrose by standard, fast scanning and temperature-modulated calorimetry”
  195. Vitrification and crystallization of poly(butylene-2,6-naphthalate)
  196. Temperature Dependency of Nucleation Efficiency of Carbon Nanotubes in PET and PBT
  197. How much time is needed to form a kinetically stable glass? AC calorimetric study of vapor-deposited glasses of ethylcyclohexane
  198. Heat capacity measurements and modeling of polystyrene glass transition in a wide range of cooling rates
  199. Quench-induced precipitates in Al–Si alloys: Calorimetric determination of solute content and characterisation of microstructure
  200. Experimental Test of Tammann’s Nuclei Development Approach in Crystallization of Macromolecules
  201. Molecular Origin of Enhanced Proton Conductivity in Anhydrous Ionic Systems
  202. New menthol polymorphs identified by flash scanning calorimetry
  203. Crystal Nucleation of Polymers at High Supercooling of the Melt
  204. Kinetics of nucleation and crystallization in poly(butylene succinate) nanocomposites
  205. Rapid solidification behavior of nano-sized Sn droplets embedded in the Al matrix by nanocalorimetry
  206. Solid-state reorganization, melting and melt-recrystallization of conformationally disordered crystals (α′-phase) of poly ( l -lactic acid)
  207. Combining fast-scan chip-calorimeter with molecular simulations to investigate superheating behaviors of lamellar polymer crystals
  208. Heat capacity and transition behavior of sucrose by standard, fast scanning and temperature-modulated calorimetry
  209. Study of the heat-induced denaturation and water state of hybrid hydrogels based on collagen and poly (N-isopropyl acrylamide) in hydrated conditions
  210. Continuous cooling precipitation diagram of cast aluminium alloy Al-7Si-0.3Mg
  211. Continuous cooling precipitation diagram of high alloyed Al-Zn-Mg-Cu 7049A alloy
  212. New Hydrogels Based on Substituted Anhydride Modified Collagen and 2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate. Synthesis and Characterization
  213. Glass transition cooperativity from broad band heat capacity spectroscopy
  214. In Situ Isothermal Calorimetric Measurement of Precipitation Behaviour in Al-Mg-Si Alloys
  215. Comparison of thermal and dielectric spectroscopy for nanocomposites based on polypropylene and Layered Double Hydroxide – Proof of interfaces
  216. Experimental study of crystallization of PolyEtherEtherKetone (PEEK) over a large temperature range using a nano-calorimeter
  217. Melting of Conformationally Disordered Crystals (α′-Phase) of Poly(l-lactic acid)
  218. Crystallization of poly(ε-caprolactone)/MWCNT composites: A combined SAXS/WAXS, electrical and thermal conductivity study
  219. Sequence of enthalpy relaxation, homogeneous crystal nucleation and crystal growth in glassy polyamide 6
  220. Structure–property relationships in ILs: Vaporization enthalpies of pyrrolidinium based ionic liquids
  221. Isothermal Time-Temperature-Precipitation Diagram for an Aluminum Alloy 6005A by In Situ DSC Experiments
  222. Dependence of crystal nucleation on prior liquid overheating by differential fast scanning calorimeter
  223. Kinetics of nucleation and crystallization of poly(ε-caprolactone) – Multiwalled carbon nanotube composites
  224. Determination of volatility of ionic liquids at the nanoscale by means of ultra-fast scanning calorimetry
  225. Room temperature ionic liquids in a heat treatment process for metals
  226. Development of continuous cooling precipitation diagrams for aluminium alloys AA7150 and AA7020
  227. Effect of Aging the Glass of Isotactic Polybutene-1 on Form II Nucleation and Cold Crystallization
  228. Competitive Crystallization of a Propylene/Ethylene Random Copolymer Filled with a β-Nucleating Agent and Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes. Conventional and Ultrafast DSC Study
  229. Improvement of Quality in Publication of Experimental Thermophysical Property Data: Challenges, Assessment Tools, Global Implementation, and Online Support
  230. Fast scanning calorimetric measurements and microstructure observation of rapid solidified Sn3.5Ag solder droplets
  231. Exactly Defined Half-Stemmed Polymer Lamellar Crystals with Precisely Controlled Defects’ Locations
  232. High frequency alternating current chip nano calorimeter with laser heating
  233. Highly Stable Glasses of cis-Decalin and cis/trans-Decalin Mixtures
  234. Does alkyl chain length really matter? Structure–property relationships in thermochemistry of ionic liquids
  235. Making Sense of Enthalpy of Vaporization Trends for Ionic Liquids: New Experimental and Simulation Data Show a Simple Linear Relationship and Help Reconcile Previous Data
  236. New Procedures for Articles Reporting Thermophysical Properties
  237. New procedures for articles reporting thermophysical properties
  238. Structure-Property Relations in Ionic Liquids: 1,2,3-Trimethyl-imidazoliumand 1,2,3-Trimethyl-benzimidazoliumbis-(trifluorsulfonyl)imide
  239. Size and rate dependence of crystal nucleation
  240. Improved reversible hydrogen storage of LiAlH4 by nano-sized TiH2
  241. Beating the Heat - Fast Scanning Melts Silk Beta Sheet Crystals
  242. Effect of Supercooling on Crystallization of Polyamide 11
  243. Vapor-deposited glasses of toluene and ethylbenzene
  244. Nanosized Cu-MOFs induced by graphene oxide and enhanced gas storage capacity
  245. Segmental and chain dynamics in nanometric layers of poly(cis-1,4-isoprene) as studied by broadband dielectric spectroscopy and temperature-modulated calorimetry
  246. A transient polymorph transition of 4-cyano-4′-octyloxybiphenyl (8OCB) revealed by ultrafast differential scanning calorimetry (UFDSC)
  247. Vaporization enthalpies of imidazolium based ionic liquids. A thermogravimetric study of the alkyl chain length dependence
  248. Thermochemistry of the pyridinium- and pyrrolidinium-based ionic liquids
  249. Vapor-deposited α,α,β-tris-naphthylbenzene glasses with low heat capacity and high kinetic stability
  250. Devitrification of the amorphous fractions of starch during gelatinisation
  251. Study of phase transition in tetragonal lysozyme crystals by AC-nanocalorimetry
  252. Morphology of mesophase and crystals of polyamide 6 prepared in a fast scanning chip calorimeter
  253. Continuous cooling precipitation diagrams of Al–Mg–Si alloys
  254. Express thermo-gravimetric method for the vaporization enthalpies appraisal for very low volatile molecular and ionic compounds
  255. Formation and Reorganization of the Mesophase of Isotactic Polypropylene
  256. Crystallization and Homogeneous Nucleation Kinetics of Poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL) with Different Molar Masses
  257. Ionic Liquids: Differential Scanning Calorimetry as a New Indirect Method for Determination of Vaporization Enthalpies
  258. Stimuli-Responsive Polymer Brushes for Flow Control through Nanopores
  259. On the theoretical determination of the Prigogine-Defay ratio in glass transition
  260. Differential alternating current chip calorimeter for in situ investigation of vapor-deposited thin films
  261. Precipitation enthalpy during cooling of aluminum alloys obtained from calorimetric reheating experiments
  262. H2storage and CO2capture on a nanoscale metal organic framework with high thermal stability
  263. An elegant access to formation and vaporization enthalpies of ionic liquids by indirect DSC experiment and “in silico” calculations
  264. Hydrogen storage and selective carbon dioxide capture in a new chromium(iii)-based infinite coordination polymer
  265. Molecular dynamics of a discotic liquid crystal investigated by a combination of dielectric relaxation and specific heat spectroscopy
  266. Benchmark Values: Thermochemistry of the Ionic Liquid [C4Py][Cl]
  267. Calorimetry
  268. Homogeneous nucleation and mesophase formation in glassy isotactic polypropylene
  269. Continuous Heating Dissolution Diagrams of Aluminum Alloys
  270. Monitoring Precipitation during Rapid Quenching of Aluminium Alloys by Calorimetric Reheating Experiments
  271. Polystyrene/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Morphology, mechanical, and dielectric properties
  272. Microwave calorimetry using X-rays
  273. Verifying the symmetry of ultra-fast scanning calorimeters using liquid crystal secondary temperature standards
  274. Structure formation of polyamide 6 from the glassy state by fast scanning chip calorimetry
  275. Isotropization, perfection and reorganization of the mesophase of isotactic polypropylene
  276. Precipitation kinetics of an aluminium alloy during Newtonian cooling simulated in a differential scanning calorimeter
  277. Preface
  278. New procedures for articles reporting thermophysical properties
  279. Kinetics of nucleation and crystallization in poly(ɛ-caprolactone) (PCL)
  280. Formation and reorganization of the mesophase of random copolymers of propylene and 1-butene
  281. On the dependence of the properties of glasses on cooling and heating rates II
  282. On the dependence of the properties of glasses on cooling and heating rates
  283. Peculiarity of a CO2-philic block copolymer confined in thin films with constrained thickness: “a super membrane for CO2-capture”
  284. High and selective CO2 uptake, H2 storage and methanol sensing on the amine-decorated 12-connected MOF CAU-1
  285. Crystallization kinetics and miscibility of blends of polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) with ethylene vinyl acetate copolymers (EVA)
  286. SiO2 Nanofiller impact on crystallization kinetics during adiabatic anionic polymerization of ε-caprolactam
  287. Cooling rate dependence of undercooling of pure Sn single drop by fast scanning calorimetry
  288. Glassy Dynamics and Glass Transition in Nanometric Thin Layers of Polystyrene
  289. Calorimetric study of blend miscibility of polymers confined in ultra-thin films
  290. Glass transition under confinement-what can be learned from calorimetry
  291. Mesophases in polyethylene, polypropylene, and poly(1-butene)
  292. Observation of low heat capacities for vapor-deposited glasses of indomethacin as determined by AC nanocalorimetry
  293. Size-dependent undercooling of pure Sn by single particle DSC measurements
  294. Fast scanning power compensated differential scanning nano-calorimeter: 1. The device
  295. Fast scanning power compensated differential scanning nano-calorimeter: 2. Heat capacity analysis
  296. Making impact in thermal sciences: Overview of highly cited papers published in Thermochimica Acta
  297. Retarded Crystallization in Polyamide/Layered Silicates Nanocomposites caused by an Immobilized Interphase
  298. Characterization of the copolymer poly(ethyleneglycol-g-vinylalcohol) as a potential carrier in the formulation of solid dispersions
  299. Phase separation in polymer blend thin films studied by differential AC chip calorimetry
  300. The thermodynamic properties of S-lactic acid
  301. Phase transition in tetragonal hen egg-white lysozyme crystals
  302. One Micrometer Length Scale Controls Kinetic Stability of Low-Energy Glasses
  303. Intercalated Nanocomposites Based on High-Temperature Superconducting Ceramics and Their Properties
  304. Combining X-ray scattering with dielectric and calorimetric experiments for monitoring polymer crystallization
  305. Repeated nucleation in an undercooled tin droplet by fast scanning calorimetry
  306. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) of semicrystalline polymers
  307. Temperature of Melting of the Mesophase of Isotactic Polypropylene
  308. Nanoparticles of SnAgCu lead-free solder alloy with an equivalent melting temperature of SnPb solder alloy
  309. Critical rate of cooling for suppression of crystallization in random copolymers of propylene with ethylene and 1-butene
  310. Recording of continuous cooling precipitation diagrams of aluminium alloys
  311. Chip calorimetry for fast cooling and thin films: a review
  312. Joint statement of Editors of journals publishing thermophysical property data
  313. Joint Statement of Editors of Journals Publishing Thermophysical Property Data
  314. Calorimetric measurements of undercooling in single micron sized SnAgCu particles in a wide range of cooling rates
  315. Simultaneous Calorimetric, Dielectric, and SAXS/WAXS Experiments During Polymer Crystallization
  316. Polystyrene/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Dynamic mechanical and differential scanning calorimetric studies
  317. Calorimetric Glass Transition of Poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,5-phenylene oxide) Thin Films
  318. Crystallization behavior of some unimodal and bimodal linear low‐density polyethylenes at moderate and high supercooling
  319. Ionic Liquids. Combination of Combustion Calorimetry with High-Level Quantum Chemical Calculations for Deriving Vaporization Enthalpies
  320. Glassy Dynamics in Thin Polymer Layers Having a Free Upper Interface
  321. Physical–mechanical, superconducting, thermo-physical properties and interphase phenomena of polymer–ceramic nano-composites
  322. Microcalorimetry for characterization of film formation and cure of coatings and adhesives
  323. Sol–gel synthesis and characterization of fine-grained ceramics in the alumina–titania system
  324. Isothermal Nanocalorimetry of Isotactic Polypropylene
  325. Molecular dynamics in glass-forming poly(phenyl methyl siloxane) as investigated by broadband thermal, dielectric and neutron spectroscopy
  326. Advanced nonadiabatic ultrafast nanocalorimetry and superheating phenomenon in linear polymers
  327. Crystallization of poly(vinylidene fluoride) during ultra-fast cooling
  328. Preface
  329. The amount of immobilized polymer in PMMA SiO2 nanocomposites determined from calorimetric data
  330. Ultrafast thermal processing and nanocalorimetry at heating and cooling rates up to 1MK∕s
  331. Origin of glassy dynamics in a liquid crystal studied by broadband dielectric and specific heat spectroscopy
  332. Superheating in linear polymers studied by ultrafast nanocalorimetry
  333. Vapour pressures and heat capacity measurements on the C7–C9 secondary aliphatic alcohols
  334. Isothermal Crystallization of Isotactic Poly(propylene) Studied by Superfast Calorimetry
  335. Fast isothermal calorimetry of modified polypropylene clay nanocomposites
  336. Comparing calorimetric and dielectric polarization modes in viscous 2-ethyl-1-hexanol
  337. Differential AC-chip calorimeter for glass transition measurements in ultra thin polymeric films
  338. Segmental dynamics of poly(methyl phenyl siloxane) confined to nanoporous glasses
  339. Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry
  340. Phase transition phenomena and the corresponding relaxation process of wheat starch–water polymer matrix studied by dielectric spectroscopic method
  341. Verifying the symmetry of differential scanning calorimeters concerning heating and cooling using liquid crystal secondary temperature standards
  342. Scanning Nanocalorimetry at High Cooling Rate of Isotactic Polypropylene
  343. Melting and reorganization of the crystalline fraction and relaxation of the rigid amorphous fraction of isotactic polystyrene on fast heating (30,000K/min)
  344. Metastability of polymer crystallites formed at low temperature studied by ultra fast calorimetry: Polyamide 6 confined in sub-micrometer droplets vs. bulk PA6
  345. Differential AC-chip calorimeter for glass transition measurements in ultrathin films
  346. Interphase phenomena in superconductive polymer-ceramic nanocomposites
  347. Melting and crystallization of poly(butylene terephthalate) by temperature-modulated and superfast calorimetry
  348. Temperature distribution in a thin-film chip utilized for advanced nanocalorimetry
  349. Application of an extended Tool–Narayanaswamy–Moynihan model.Part 2. Frequency and cooling rate dependence of glass transition from temperature modulated DSC
  350. Crystallization of polypropylene at various cooling rates
  351. Poly(butylene terephthalate) Copolymers Obtained via Solid-State Polymerization and Melt Polymerization. A Study on the Microstructure via13C NMR Sequence Distribution
  352. Evidence of pre-crystalline-order in super-cooled polymer melts revealed from simultaneous dielectric spectroscopy and SAXS
  353. Polymers in nanoconfinement: What can be learned from relaxation and scattering experiments?
  354. Non-adiabatic thin-film (chip) nanocalorimetry
  355. Specific heat and dielectric relaxations in ultra-thin polystyrene layers
  356. Preface
  357. Pattern formation in thin polystyrene films induced by an enhanced mobility in ambient air
  358. Molecular dynamics of hyperbranched polyesters in the confinement of thin films
  359. Conferment of the NETZSCH-GEFTA Award 2004 to Dr. Stefan Sarge
  360. Isothermal reorganization of poly(ethylene terephthalate) revealed by fast calorimetry (1000 K s−1; 5 ms)
  361. Poly(methyl phenyl siloxane) in Random Nanoporous Glasses: Comparison of coated and uncoated confining surfaces
  362. Dielectric processes of wet and well-dried wheat starch
  363. Determination of vapor pressures, enthalpies of sublimation, and enthalpies of fusion of benzenetriols
  364. Glass transition of polymers confined to nanoporous glasses
  365. Ultra-fast isothermal calorimetry using thin film sensors
  366. Melting and reorganization of poly(ethylene terephthalate) on fast heating (1000 K/s)
  367. The three-phase structure and mechanical properties of poly(ethylene terephthalate)
  368. Early stages of polymer crystallization—a dielectric study
  369. Determination of vapor pressures, enthalpies of sublimation, enthalpies of vaporization, and enthalpies of fusion of a series of chloro-aminobenzenes and chloro-nitrobenzenes
  370. Glassy dynamics of polymers confined to nanoporous glasses revealed by relaxational and scattering experiments
  371. Advanced two-channel ac calorimeter for simultaneous measurements of complex heat capacity and complex thermal conductivity
  372. High-temperature high-pressure crystallization and sintering behavior of brookite-free nanostructured titanium dioxide: in situ experiments using synchrotron radiation
  373. Scanning microcalorimetry at high cooling rate
  374. Preface
  375. The molecular dynamics of polymers in random nanometre confined spaces investigated by relaxational and scattering techniques
  376. Formation and disappearance of the rigid amorphous fraction in semicrystalline polymers revealed from frequency dependent heat capacity
  377. Reversing and nonreversing contributions to polymer melting
  378. Poly(methyl phenyl siloxane) in Random Nanoporous Glasses: Molecular Dynamics and Structure
  379. Dynamics of reversible melting revealed from frequency dependent heat capacity
  380. Multi-frequency heat capacity measured with different types of TMDSC
  381. Calibration of magnitude and phase angle of TMDSC
  382. Calibration of magnitude and phase angle of TMDSC
  383. Segmental and chain dynamics of polymers: from the bulk to the confined state
  384. Temperature modulated differential scanning calorimetry (TMDSC) – basics and applications to polymers
  385. Development of thermal stability of polymer crystals during isothermal crystallisation
  386. Step response analysis in DSC — a fast way to generate heat capacity spectra
  387. Application of an extended Tool–Narayanaswamy–Moynihan model
  388. Glass transition cooperativity from heat capacity spectroscopy—temperature dependence and experimental uncertainties
  389. Nucleotide-induced changes in muscle fibres studied by DSC and TMDSC
  390. Simultaneous measurements of complex heat capacity and complex thermal conductivity by two-channel AC calorimeter
  391. Simultaneous multi-frequency TMDSC measurements
  392. Thermal conductivity from dynamic response of DSC
  393. Preface
  394. Vitrification and devitrification of the rigid amorphous fraction of semicrystalline polymers revealed from frequency-dependent heat capacity
  395. Coordination Polymers of Bipyridyldicarboxylates - a Cobalt Containing 12,3-net with Potential Reactive Sites
  396. Comparison of the Molecular Dynamics of a Liquid Crystalline Side Group Polymer Revealed from Temperature Modulated DSC and Dielectric Experiments in the Glass Transition Region
  397. Testing the performance and the disintegration of biodegradable bags for the collection of organic wastes
  398. Molecular dynamics revealed from frequency dependent heat capacity
  399. Materials Characterization by Dynamic and Modulated Thermal Analytical Techniques
  400. Icosahedral phase formation in Ag-substituted Ti–Zr–Ni rapidly-quenched alloys
  401. Substituent Effects on the Benzene Ring. Determination of the Intramolecular Interactions of Substituents intert-Alkyl-Substituted Catechols from Thermochemical Measurements
  402. Characteristic length of glass transition from calorimetry in different confinements
  403. Molecular dynamics of poly(propylene) glycol in nanometer confinements
  404. Does temperature fluctuate? Indirect proof by dynamic glass transition in confined geometries
  405. Applicability of 8OCB for temperature calibration of temperature modulated calorimeters
  406. Characteristic Length of Dynamic Glass Transition nearTgfor a Wide Assortment of Glass-Forming Substances
  407. Amphipilic and mesogenic carbohydrates XII. New thermotropic mesogens based on perfluoroalkyl-substituted carbohydrates
  408. Intermetallic Phases in Ti-Ag-Zr-Ni Alloys
  409. Dynamic heat capacity measurements in advanced AC calorimetry
  410. Crystallization of polymers studied by temperature-modulated techniques (TMDSC, TMDMA)
  411. Frequency and temperature amplitude dependence of complex heat capacity in the melting region of polymers
  412. Nonlinear thermal response at the glass transition
  413. Advanced AC calorimetry of polycaprolactone in melting region
  414. Complex heat capacity measurements by TMDSC Part 1. Influence of non-linear thermal response
  415. Complex heat capacity measurements by TMDSC. Part 2. Algorithm for amplitude and phase angle correction
  416. Temperature modulated dynamic mechanical analysis
  417. Relation between freezing-in due to linear cooling and the dynamic glass transition temperature by temperature-modulated DSC
  418. Improvement of AC calorimetry for simultaneous measurements of heat capacity and thermal conductivity of polymers
  419. Molecular dynamics of the α-relaxation during crystallization of a low-molecular-weight compound: A real-time dielectric spectroscopy study
  420. Reversible melting probed by temperature modulated dynamic mechanical and calorimetric measurements
  421. Glass-Forming Terephthalic Esters with Lateral Phenylthio Groups and their Relaxation Behavior
  422. Analysis of the reorganization of poly(ethylen terephthalate) in the melting range by temperature-modulated calorimetry
  423. Effect of Lateral Nitro Groups on the Properties of Sulfur-Ligated Twin Mesogens
  424. Broad band heat capacity spectroscopy in the glass-transition region of polystyrene
  425. Phase angle correction for TMDSC in the glass-transition region
  426. Temperature calibration of temperature-modulated differential scanning calorimeters
  427. Magnesium diolates as precursors for MgO: A low-temperature route
  428. Separation of components of different molecular mobility by calorimetry, dynamic mechanical and dielectric spectroscopy
  429. Production and properties of doped PSN electro-optical ceramics
  430. Dielectric spectroscopy and calorimetry in the glass transition region of semi-crystalline poly(ethylene terephthalate)
  431. Temperature modulated calorimetry and dielectric spectroscopy in the glass transition region of polymers
  432. Modulated differential scanning calorimetry in the glass transition region
  433. Dynamic behaviour of power-compensated differential scanning calorimeters. Part 3. The influence of material properties (an error evaluation)
  434. Dynamic behaviour of power-compensated differential scanning calorimeters. Part 4. The influence of changes in material properties
  435. The melting of polymers — a three-phase approach
  436. Dynamic behaviour of power compensated differential scanning calorimeters
  437. Glass transition in semicrystalline systems
  438. Temperature calibration on cooling using liquid crystal phase transitions
  439. Determination of peak base line for semicrystalline polymers
  440. Influence of the heat conductivity of the sample on DSC curves and its correction
  441. On temperature calibration of power compensation DSC in cooling mode
  442. Characteristic length of glass transition: experimental evidence
  443. Der Einfluß struktureller Veränderungen auf den Glasübergang in teilkristallinem Poly(ethylenterephthalat). 3. Der Glasübergang in den Zwischenlamellaren Bereichen
  444. Der Einfluß struktureller Veränderungen auf den Glasübergang in teilkristallinem Poly(ethylenterephthalat). 2. Charakterisierung der übermolekularen Struktur
  445. Einfluß der polymerisationsbedingungen auf die morphologie von schwefel-styrol-polymerisaten
  446. Ein Verfahren zur Bestimmung der Enthalpieänderung von Polymeren als Folge isothermer Kristallisations- oder Retardationsprozesse
  447. Der Einfluß struktureller Veränderungen auf den Glasübergang in teilkristallinem Polyethylenterephthalat. I. Isotherme Kristallisation
  448. Zeitabhängigkeit der Enthalpie im Glasübergangsbereich von Polyvinylchlorid
  449. 1. Influence of Thermal Prehistory on Crystal Nucleation and Growth in Polymers
  450. Dielectric and thermald relaxations in low molecular mass liquid crystals